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One cannot underestimate the brilliance of the first season and a half of Rescue Me. Tommy Gavin and the rest of the crew of the Ladder 62 truck showcased all the best and the worst of a "Boys Club" mentality: The endless jokes and pranks (all hilarious), the beautiful lack of sensitivity
Check out this photo of Lucas Neff as Jimmy Chance from the Fox comedy Raising Hope.
The new Harry Potter movie is most hot and sensational topic these days among all. The newspapers and websites are spilling out as much information as possible thus creating a great amount of hype and sensation among the fans.
Every now and then, a movie with special killer appeal comes out. In it, some fantastically nutty wackjob gives us a virtuoso performance in the art of celluloid madness. These on screen monsters are downright creepy. Their talents usually lie in the realm of killing, although some have other abilit
Today Dreamworks releases How To Train Your Dragon on DVD and BluRay Disc. The release is highly anticipated due to the film's underdog success. Its initial opening was a decent one, but its residual and viral attention has made it a hit despite being overshadowed by James Cameron's Avatar
Here I talk with co-creator of The Clockwork Girl comic book Kevin Hanna. Kevin is also directing the feature film adaptation of the film. We talk about his multi-faceted career, The Clockwork Girl film, and the development of the franchise as a whole. He talks about what it has been like to work wi
I love Lucy history began in the evening of the 15 October 1951 when the USA was treated to the first episode of a television situation comedy that was to run for 179 episodes and establish the series as a perpetual favorite. On paper the "I love Lucy" show was just a story of a marriage b
Aside from sports, the biggest ticket in a satellite home entertainment package has got to be the options in movies. Film network packages can deliver the latest and hottest pictures available in your home, while the independent and classic film channels round out the picture of modern and vintage c
We seem to be having way too many sex and violence court cases on Television and the media has tried to mile this for way too long. Even blowing out of proportion many cases around the nation and as it stands now there are simply; Too Many Sex and Violence Cases on Television News.
Journalist and filmmaker Thet Sambath documents his personal investigative journey to learn about the genocide in Cambodia and the infamous killing fields, where his father perished in 1974. With British documentarian Rob Lemkin, Sambath tracks down and interviews Nuon Chea, the senior surviving Khm